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Giving Baby Up For Adoption Indiana

I Am Thinking About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption. How Much Will It Cost Me?

If you work with Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”) or most other national adoption agencies or local adoption agencies, IT WILL NOT COST YOU ANYTHING! Also, in many states, prospective adoptive parents can help you with living expenses for such things as rent, utilities, food, transportation, and maternity clothes, in addition […]

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Giving My Baby Up For Adoption In Indiana

I Am Thinking About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption. I Don’t Want To Go To An Adoption Agency, But I Am Afraid To Talk To A Lawyer. What Should I Do?

We understand that the idea of talking to an attorney can be intimidating, especially if they are perceived as mean, aggressive, and argumentative. The good news is that the adoption attorneys at Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”), are nothing like that.  They and their full-time, professional, caring staff are kind and understanding, and […]

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Open Adoptions Indiana

I Am Thinking About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption But Want To Do A Temporary Adoption. Is That Possible?

We, at Loving Adoptions by Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”) recently received a message through www.LovingAdoptions.com, in which a pregnant woman asked us that question. We responded: “Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we are probably not your best adoption. We do not do temporary adoptions. However, we do open adoptions in which […]

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Choosing adoption for my baby

I Am Thinking About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption. Do I Have To Involve The Father Of The Baby?

The answer varies by state and depends on whether you and the father of the baby are married or have been married to each other in roughly the year preceding the birth of the baby.  Because we, at Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”), have our main office in Indiana, we can […]

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Placing baby for adoption in Indiana

How Does The Adoption Work If The Family I Pick Lives In A Different State Than Me?

If you work with us at Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”) and either you or the prospective adoptive parents live in Indiana, the adoption will take place under Indiana adoption laws, which are so good that many states have copied many of the provisions of Indiana law. If you or the […]

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Give Up My Baby For Adoption In Indiana

If I Give Up My Baby For Adoption, Can I Choose The Adoptive Parents?

Most local adoption agencies and national adoption agencies give expectant mothers and birth mothers profiles of families from which they can choose. We, at Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”) have always given birth mothers and birth parents control over selecting adoptive parents among our carefully screened and fully investigated pool of […]

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Gifting Child For Adoption

How Does The “Gift Of Adoption” Apply To Me If I Am A Birth Mother Thinking About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption?

Many birth parents think of giving prospective adoptive parents the gift of a child as the meaning of the “Gift of Adoption.” Yes, of course, enabling a family to realize their dream of parenthood is unquestionably an AMAZING gift, as close to GOD-LIKE as any gift imaginable. In fact, it is hard to think of […]

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Give up baby for adoption

Will Anyone Want My Baby If I Give It Up For Adoption?

YES! Nationally, anywhere between 40 and 80 families want to adopt EACH baby available for adoption. The COVID pandemic has made the waiting lists at many local adoption agencies and national adoption agencies grow even longer. Therefore, not only are there families wanting to adopt, birth mothers and birth parents have LOTS of choices. Being […]

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Placing my newborn for adoption

I Already Have Kids And Cannot Provide For Another One. What Are My Options?

The first question you should ask yourself — Is your inability to provide for another child temporary or will it last for the foreseeable future? If you only need a few days or a couple of weeks to be able to parent your child, then a close friend or family member may be able to […]

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